By Paul Harding
(Bellevue Literary Press, Hardcover, 9781934137192, 192pp.)
Publication Date: January 2009
Other Editions of This Title: Paperback
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An astonishing first novel of memory, consciousness, and man's place in the natural world.
Paul Harding has an MFA in fiction from the Iowa Writers' Workshop (2000) and was a 2000-2001 Fiction Fellow at the Fine Arts Work Center, in Provincetown, MA. He has published short stories in Shakepainter and the Harvard Review. Paul currently teaches creative writing at Harvard. This is his first novel.
Paul Harding's publisher, the tiny Bellevue Literary Press, published only a few thousand copies of his first novel, Tinkers. Expectations were low. Then it won the Pulitzer Prize for fiction. More at NPR.org
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